Год издания: 2007
Издатель: Edwin Mellen Pr
Количество страниц: 402
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This study offers an examination of the work of popular Spanish singer-songwriters, Victor Manuel, Joaquin Sabina and Ana Belen, and the connection between their works and the broader context of the Spanish democratic transition (1960-1982). This work should appeal to scholars interested in political science, history, cultural studies and Hispanic studies. This book explores the politics of identity in works by popular male singer-songwriters Victor Manuel and Joaquin Sabina and in those by well-known female political singer Ana Belen between the years 1968 and 1982. It examines the connections that existed between their works and the broader Spanish context of the Transition (1960-1982) to democracy. It also explores the representations of Spanish national identity - with special reference to gender differences - that appeared in their texts between 1968 and 1982. It compares the relationship that existed between representations of the nation and national identity in their musical...